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communications commission, cbs that carried the super bowl in 2004 when janet jackson had the famous wardrobe malfunction, we see the famous picture there, played about 100 million times. so i'm wondering whether -- this is a defensive move by cbs? >> you know, justin timberlake is performing at the grammys so he will have another chance. in 2004 he actually in order to get on the grammy stage they said he would have to apologize for what he did at the super bowl and he did because he was accepting an award that year. they have a sense that, you know, they need to have everybody acknowledge their decency standards and even if people end up misbehaving they have to repent for it afterwards or say they're going to try not to do it again. >> have wardrobe malfunctions in the famous cliche become the new normal and something that both the stars and the pedia are complicit? almost every day on "the huffington post" i see a headline linking to a picture of some woman falling out of her dress or something like that. this is where the culture is now? >> well, it's definitely a way to draw views, web
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